MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have set a new franchise record for attendance at spring training.

The Twins say they have set a 16-game season record with 129,453 fans moving through the turnstiles at Hammond Stadium in Ft. Myers, Fla., this year.

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The only time the Twins attracted more fans to spring training fans was 2007, when 129,543 fans attended over 17 games.

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This year the Twins also set a franchise record for highest per-game attendance during the preseason spring training, drawing an average or nearly 8,100 fans to each game.

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